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May 23th, 2014
2014 Northeast summer forecast projections and takeaways. CNE provides information regarding the takeaways of NYISO and ISO-NE - New York and New England.
May 18th, 2014
Taylor announces spin-off company providing its IT and data management services, as well as several proprietary software packages for businesses.
Join with hundreds of local businesses and enjoy the benefits of bulk energy purchasing.
Whether you are a large manufacturer or small retail store front, Taylor can create an aggregation with similar customer profiles to increase your purchasing efficiency.
Taylor’s market experts monitor wholesale trading to ensure optimal purchasing conditions. Once those conditions are favorable, the auction is released to qualified suppliers who compete for your business.
When suppliers compete, you win!
Optimizing your purchasing benefits your bottom line. Taylor can accomplish this through customized aggregations for large and small accounts.
A multi-step process that creates purchasing efficiencies for your deregulated electric and natural gas accounts. EnergyAuctions is utilized in all deregulated markets across the country.
Taylor's staff continuously monitors changing market conditions as well as utility tariff rates to determine the optimal timing to auction the aggregate load.
You can’t effectively conserve energy unless you first know how you are using energy.
Taylor helps you track your usage by providing complimentary online access to its UtilityModule system for your enrolled electric and gas accounts. This utility management system uses proprietary algorithms, utility and market data, as well as your account information, to analyze data and run reports; helping you effectively manage your energy expenses.
Calculate your budgeting expenses by factoring in usage patterns, wholesale trading activity, heating and cooling degree days and utility tariff filings.
Information on tracking energy usage as compared to other properties in a portfolio or against regional or national metrics.
Taylor’s systems monitor the deregulated contract rates, the comparable utility rates and the ongoing market trading, so customers can track savings.